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HELP! Grave has been located flag male ancestor  Sylvester  CAMP

  (b. 22 January 1777 Durham, Crown Colony of Connecticut   d. 23 September 1833 Durham, Connecticut, USA )  

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Sylvester CAMP was born 22 January 1777 in Durham, Crown Colony of Connecticut

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Sylvester CAMP died 23 September 1833 in Durham, Connecticut, USA.

son of Elnathan Camp and Eunice Talcott

m. Rhoda Parmelee


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Old Durham Cemetery Durham, Middlesex County, Connecticut, USA
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death1833 Death
23 September 1833
Durham, Connecticut, USA

He died at the age of 56.
Name: Sylvester Camp
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Death Date: 23 Sep 1833
Death Place: Durham, Middlesex, Connecticut
Age: 56
Birth Date: 1777
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Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I03142-5
System Origin: Connecticut-EASy
GS Film number: 3330
Reference ID: 704-1

"Connecticut Deaths and Burials, 1772-1934," database, FamilySearch (https:/ / familysearch.org/ ark:/ 61903/ 1:1:F7KB-TN1 : 3 December 2014), Sylvester Camp, 23 Sep 1833; citing Durham, Middlesex, Connecticut, reference 704-1; FHL microfilm 3,330."

Sylvester is buried at: Old Durham Cemetery Durham, Middlesex County, Connecticut, USA
Added: 11/25/2017 4:22:35 PM - Updated: 11/7/2018 9:22:04 AM
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Did You Know?The name Connecticut originates from the Algonquian word 'Quinnehtukqut' (beside the long tidal river). (statesymbolsusa.org)

Prior to 1638 - Connecticut, New England
1638 - 1662 - New Haven Colony
1662 - 1687 - Connecticut Colony
1688 - 1689 - Dominion of New England
1690 - 1787 - Crown Colony of Connecticut
January 5, 1788 - Connecticut becomes 5th U.S. state

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